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News: CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG – OR HERBIE?

On 18th December 1968, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang went on release in the USA and on Christmas Eve of that year, The Love Bug was screened on a limited number of picture houses.

News: 30 YEARS OF THE MG MAESTRO TURBO

It is a mark of time passing that police officers seem extraordinarily young, that you start complaining that modern music is ‘a racket’ – and that you realise the MG Maestro Turbo is now 30 years old.

News: Old vs new: which supercar generation is better?

Are modern supercars really better than the old-timers? We delve into the big supercar debate

News: Rare Mercedes-Benz takes centre stage at Lancaster Insurance Classic & Supercars - Sherborne Castle, weekend of 15/16th July

With Mercedes-Benz as the chosen marque feature for 2017 the event organisers of the Lancaster Insurance Classic & Supercars - Sherborne Castle are delighted to announce that an 1886 Benz Patent Motorwagen replica, kindly loaned by Haynes Motor Museum, designed by Karl Benz and widely regarded as the first automobile ever will be showcased at the Dorset annual event.

News: The Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, to Celebrate Automotive Anniversaries

The Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, is honoured to celebrate many automotive anniversaries when it returns to Birmingham’s NEC from 10-12 November.

News: ENTHUSIASTS CELEBRATE AT LANCASTER INSURANCE CLASSIC MOTOR SHOW’S ‘SEASON FINALE’

There’s a reason the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, is heralded as the ‘season finale’ as enthusiasts from all over the UK and beyond gathered at Birmingham’s NEC to celebrate another fantastic year for the classic motoring community in style.

News: How Land Rover took over the world, and then lost it

Land Rover: a quick history – the ups, downs and ups of the world’s toughest car maker

News: Colour: How it can make or break a car’s presence and value.

Exactly the same car, exactly the same specification, exactly the same driving experience so why is one worth more than the other, with a greater resale value?

News: We review the Silverstone Classic & Ford Fair

'Two very different shows, one very vibrant movement.' They were just a week apart and in the same venue, yet this year’s Silverstone Classic and Ford Fair couldn’t have been more different – although there was one marked similarity. We review them here.

News: Wroxall Abbey Hotel & Estate

Indian summer drives and complimentary B&B at luxurious Wroxall Abbey – probably the UK's finest classic car meeting place and club venue.

News: Test your classic car knowledge with Lancaster Insurance Top Trumps packs

To celebrate our love for classic cars, Lancaster Insurance is giving enthusiasts another opportunity to purchase its Special Edition Top Trumps packs.

News: THE FIAT X1/9 - A CELEBRATION

When Tony Bastable took the Fiat X1/9 through its paces for Thames Television’s Drive In - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvLyqB8MPrQ - he reported ‘it’s got style, its lively and it handles beautifully’. At that time British motorists had been awaiting imports of the X1/9 for several years. By 1974 Radbourne Racing Ltd. offered a RHD conversion, but it would not be until January 1977 when Fiat would officially launch a UK-market version.